Subject: A request from Rotterdam Conservatory Percussion Dept. Students Dear Ozgu Bulut & Martijn Krijnen, In October 2000, I had the pleasure of visiting your beautiful Conservatory in Rotterdam with my friend, Peter Prommel. I was a jurist in Eindhoven for the Tromp Muziek BiÃ«nnale Percussion Competition. I also enjoyed meeting and working with Willem… Read more »
With the renowned Chicago Symphony Orchestra and conductor Christoph Eschenbach Creates A Gentle Breeze in the Windy City Five Sold-Out Concerts with the Chicago Symphony “Work Wonders with Takemitsu” NEXUS, the Toronto-based percussion group now in its 29th season of solo and symphony appearances, was the featured guest with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra on the… Read more »
February 20, 2000 – For Immediate Release : NEXUS Performs with Clarinetist Richard Stoltzman on a New BIS CD ‘GARDEN OF SOUNDS’ – BIS CD # 1108 Entirely Original Music is Dedicated to Toru Takemitsu A new CD was released by BIS Records in February 2000 featuring NEXUS with the acclaimed clarinetist, Richard Stoltzman. The… Read more »
Click here for a story by Lauren Vogel Weiss.
Columbus, Ohio – October 29, 1999 Click here to view the info on the PAS website about NEXUS’ induction into the PAS Hall of Fame.
São Paulo, Brazil September, 1999 host: John Boudler
São Paulo, Brazil September 25, 1999
Interview with Bill Cahn of NEXUS – September 28, 1999 by Susan W. Conkling, Associate Professor of Music Education Eastman School of Music Conkling: Describe your musical career: Cahn: It’s important to know that I grew up in Philadelphia, which, at the time (1960s) had one of the most comprehensive public school music programs in… Read more »
NEXUS performs an ‘African Celebration’ with master drummer, Abraham Adzenyah NEXUS, the Toronto-based percussion group, continues to present innovative programs with symphony orchestras in its 1998/99 season. The New York Times (Sunday, May 3, 1998) referred to NEXUS as ‘the high priests of the percussion world’ because the group’s inimitable presentations of music for percussion… Read more »
a Professional Association of Percussionists from all over the World has inducted NEXUS into its Hall of Fame 1999/2000 Season NEXUS, the Toronto-based percussion group now in its 29th season of solo and symphony appearances, has been selected by professional and student percussionists from around the world to be honored by being inducted into the… Read more »
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Percussionist Bill Cahn Artist-in-Residence at Showa University of Music in Kanagawa, Japan December 5 to 17, 1998 Showa University in Atsugi, Kanagawa Prefecture, has announced that Bill Cahn will be featured in the University’s Artist-in-Residence program. Mr. Cahn’s residency will consist of: workshops on subjects related to percussion performance and history masterclasses… Read more »
Koch International Classics – 3-1557-2 Marubatoo (13:29) John Wyre Fra Fra (5:31) NEXUS Mbira (5:49) NEXUS Remembrance (10:33) Robin Engelman 5-10 – Solo works for percussion performed by Peter Sadlo
NEXUS – plays TORU TAKEMITSU’S From me flows what you call Time Pacific Symphony Orchestra, Carl St.Clair, conducting Sony SK 63044 From me flows what you call Time (35:59)
Syrinx Music & Media – SXP 130079 CD # 2 1-8 – Various artists 9 – NEXUS – Kebjar-Bali (9:40) by William Cahn from African Suite: 10. NEXUS – Mbira (7:40) arr. by Nexus 11. NEXUS – Kobina (9:19) arr. by Nexus
a live recording celebrating NEXUS’ 25th Anniversary season 1. Kichari (14:56) NEXUS Recorded in Studio 10, DeutschlandRadio, Berlin, Germany on October 6, 1995. Recorded live for radio broadcast with a studio audience. Recording Engineer: Hans Martin